Archaeologists uncovered different floors in medieval church

The Church of All Saints in Humenné is unique in many ways.

The Church of All Saints in Humenné has served as an archaeological site in recent weeks. The Church of All Saints in Humenné has served as an archaeological site in recent weeks. (Source: Jana Otriová)

The interior of the Church of All Saints in Humenné, eastern Slovakia, has turned into a building site in recent months. Although the main goal is to reconstruct the temple in the Baroque style, an archaeological survey was simultaneously conducted, the Korzár daily reported.

The goal was to uncover as many types of floors as possible.

“We have discovered several floors; 19th century floors, Baroque floors, and some Renaissance ones,” archaeologist Peter Harčar, of the Regional Monuments Board (KPÚ) in Prešov, said to Korzár.

“Medieval mortar floors have been preserved to the greatest depth,” he went on to say to the daily.

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